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How Do You Recycle Old Auto Glass?

Windshields can be recycled. If you’re about to get a windshield repair job, or if you’re scrapping your glass after auto glass installers get to work, consider recycling it. In the last 20 years, technology has made windshield glass recycling possible. Not only is it possible, it’s pretty easy to do.

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Does Car Insurance Cover Windshield Crack Repairs?

The most common way that your windshield winds up with a chip or crack is because of a flying rock or piece of gravel that slams into your windshield on the roadway. When this occurs, you will want to get the crack or chip filled in with resin to prevent it from expanding. A chip or crack that expands can impede your ability to see out the windshield and weaken the structural integrity of the glass. However. you may find yourself wondering if car insurance covers the windshield crack repair costs. Here is some information you will want to know.

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How Does an Auto Glass Repair Warranty Work?

Many auto glass repair companies are offering a warranty when they repair a chip or crack on your windshield. However, this may leave you wondering how a warranty works and how they can warranty the glass. After all, they cannot prevent a rock from flying up on the freeway and hitting your windshield again. If you are looking at using a company that warranties their auto glass repairs, here is some information you should know.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Using a Company That Manufactures Their Own Auto Glass

When you are looking for an auto glass repair shop to repair your auto glass, you will find that companies use a variety of techniques to obtain the glass. Some companies buy the auto glass directly from the manufacturer. Some companies buy auto glass from third parties who manufacture it and other companies manufacture their own auto glass. There are advantages and disadvantages to each method of obtaining the glass. Taking the time to learn about some of these pros and cons and getting answers to the questions you have will help you decide which is right for your auto glass needs. Here are a few of the questions you may have about using a company that manufacturers their own auto glass and the answers.

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How to Protect a Broken Car Window Until it Can Be Repaired

After a window on your car is broken, outside elements can enter your car. This includes things like pests or rain and snow. It also makes it easier for a thief to steal something from your car or gain access to steal your car. In a perfect world, you could take your car to an auto glass repair shop and have the glass repaired right away. However, you may not have the money or your car may have glass that needs to be ordered or custom made, meaning it takes time to get the glass to make the repair. If your glass has been broken in your car, follow these steps to secure the car and keep outdoor elements out until the glass can be repaired.

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What to Look For When Hiring Auto Glass Installers

Do you need your auto glass repaired or replaced? Learn what factors you should be looking for as you look to hire an auto glass repair shop.

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How is a Car Window Replaced?

Is one of the windows on your car broken? Do you wonder how it is going to be replaced? Learn now how car windows are replaced.

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How do I Know what Quality Glass my Repair Shop is Using?

You just had your windshield replaced but somebody told you that all Auto Glass is not the same. How do you know that your repair shop is using the right glass and that it meets safety standards?

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Where do I find Glass for my Classic Car?

Your 50 year old Classic Car has a broken window or needs windshield repair  or windshield replacement and it is no longer just a trip to the local car dealer to get it fixed, so where do you start?  Fortunately, there are many resources .

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Side and Rear Window Replacement

The need for side and rear window replacement isn't as typical as windshield repair or replacement as they simply don't receive the same abuse as the front windshield when driving down the highway. Accidents do happen, however, both on and off the road. Side and rear windows can in some instances be repaired, but you should be aware the nature of most damage to those windows requires a full replacement.

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